Unsurpassed guidance through many 2020 code changes for both diagnostic and interventional radiology
“Mr. Majchrzak always does an excellent job and is very thorough. I really appreciate this webcast every year.” This comment from a past attendee sums up the overwhelmingly positive feedback for our annual Radiology Coding Update webcast, presented by Jeff Majchrzak. Not only is Jeff’s radiology coding knowledge unsurpassed, but he possesses an incomparable ability to explain complex topics in easy-to-grasp terms.
Are code unbundling and other recurring mistakes putting your payments and compliance at risk?
For 2020 you’ll definitely want to hear Jeff’s take on the many significant changes coming to coding for both diagnostic and interventional radiology. Your facility can’t afford to enter the new year with outdated or incomplete information. The government does not give grace periods when it comes to coding.
You’ll get in-depth guidance through all the changes: what they are, the impact on your facility and how to apply them. Jeff will walk you through strategies to prevent miscoding and noncompliant billing. In short, do not miss this once-a-year opportunity to maximize your radiology reimbursements and solidify your regulatory compliance!
- Guidance through the many 2020 CPT®/HCPCS code changes specific to diagnostic and interventional radiology services, including:
- Lumbar puncture, nerve injections, nerve destruction
- Iliac endograft placement
- Percutaneous transcatheter placement of iliac arteriovenous anastomosis implant
- Percutaneous ablation, malignant breast tumor(s)
- Pericardial drainage
- 3D printing
- Parenthetical note revision for abdominal aortic aneurysm repair
- Expert insights into common problem areas from 2019, such as fine-needle aspiration (FNA) biopsy, PICC placement, vein ablations and the bundling (collapsing/packaging) of codes, along with strategies to mitigate risk in 2020
- Updates to Medicare payment policies for 2020, covering both OPPS and MPFS, and the impact on radiology service providers
- A review of NCCI changes pertaining to radiology services
- Case examples that reinforce key points and clarify common areas of confusion
- Time permitting, answers to attendee questions
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